Table 3

Odds ratios for cardiovascular disease risk score CRFs + fit by quintiles of PA
Group Quintile Total PA Moderate PA Vigorous PA MVPA
OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Boys (6 to 9 years)
n = 414 Q1 3.36 1.17 to 9.64 5.40 2.05 to 14.20 2.69 1.06 to 6.80 4.36 1.62 to 11.71
Q2 1.61 0.61 to 4.21 2.05 0.76 to 5.58 1.65 0.66 to 4.16 2.38 0.91 to 6.23
Q3 1.91 0.79 to 4.61 2.00 0.75 to 5.31 1.15 0.44 to 2.99 2.06 0.78 to 5.48
Q4 0.95 0.36 to 2.48 1.16 0.42 to 3.20 0.73 0.26 to 2.04 1.29 0.47 to 3.56
Q5 (reference) 1 1 1 1
Girls (6 to 9 years)
n = 421 Q1 2.20 0.68 to 7.16 3.70 1.21 to 11.29 5.88 2.20 to 15.76 5.95 1.86 to 19.05
Q2 4.07 1.66 to 9.98 4.46 1.69 to 11.77 2.85 1.02 to 7.96 7.05 2.47 to 20.15
Q3 2.94 1.29 to 6.70 5.34 2.12 to 13.42 1.87 0.64 to 5.51 5.23 1.81 to 15.13
Q4 1.59 0.65 to 3.93 1.88 0.66 to 5.38 1.84 0.63 to 5.36 3.46 1.17 to 10.26
Q5 (reference) 1 1 1 1

CVD risk score B includes SBP, HOMA-IR, ratio cholesterol/HDL-c, triglycerides, sum of two skinfolds and cardiorespiratory fitness. Significant associations are highlighted in bold.

CRF CVD risk factor, CVD cardiovascular disease, HDL high-density lipoprotein, HOMA-IR homeostasis model assessment, MVPA moderate + vigorous PA, PA physical activity, Q quintile, Q5 reference as highest PA levels, SBP systolic blood pressure.

Jiménez-Pavón et al.

Jiménez-Pavón et al. BMC Medicine 2013 11:172   doi:10.1186/1741-7015-11-172

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